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Case study: How Inpay built a brand new risk management function from the ground up

If you were given free rein to design your own risk function from scratch, what would you build? Dr Camila Witt at Danish cross-border payments company Inpay tells Sara Benwell how she met this ‘once in a risk manager’s lifetime’ opportunity.

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Why bank-fintech partnerships can be so powerful: a mid-term report

We explore how banks and fintechs are collaborating in mutually beneficial ways. Fintech is a 21st century success story. Financial technology start-ups, or fintechs, have been quick to capitalize on technology to launch new products, which are optimized for digital channels, more user-friendly and cheaper to deliver.

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How Open Banking can be a game-changer for iGaming operators

How to make the most of better bank payments. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to surprise and delight your players so they return regularly.

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10 payment pain points of iGaming operators – and how to overcome them

Top tips for alleviating common iGaming payment pains. There’s never been a more exciting time to be involved in iGaming. The global industry will be worth $184 billion by 2032, an increase of over 85% from the estimated $63.5 billion in 2023.

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The Financial Sector Must Not Forget Complex ESG Issues – While Hard to Measure, They Remain Vital

On January 1st, 2024, the new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) from the European Union (EU) came into effect, which means many European companies will be required to report on their ESG efforts with a level of detail that surpasses anything we have seen before. While there is a phased introduction, this applies to large and publicly listed SMEs, including financial companies, which must report according to mandatory standards set by the EU.

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How to make B2B cross-border payments better

Every business needs to buy goods and services from other businesses. With the globalisation of labour and supply chains and digitisation of commerce, increasingly such payments are happening across national borders. This makes having an efficient and effective international B2B payment solution more important than ever.

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Digital disruption: the transformative impact of technology on business

We look at how technology is casting its shadow forward within the payments industry and influencing business strategy.

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Navigating the trends: 2023 in review

The key trends shaping the payments industry in 2023 and how to position your business for success.

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How to make payments better for NGOs

The consequences of failed payments in the NGO sector directly impact peoples’ lives, so what are the possible fixes?

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